Interplay has released another piece of Fallout Online art: a pamphlet for the fictional Church of Harold.

It's the latest droplet of wishy-washy game material that Interplay has used to keep Fallout Online from slipping from view.

Yet concerns are grave: Bethesda's lawsuit for improper use of the IP looms large, and we've still not seen an actual screenshot or video from Fallout Online.

Earlier this year, Interplay took down names for the Fallout Online beta, although no start date was ever communicated.

That glimmer of hope was followed this summer by the release of a teaser newsletter sent to fans.

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